Have you ever wondered: ‘How much does a Second Storey Addition Cost?’ and ‘Should I extend out or build up? Which will cost more?’ Adding a second storey does not always cost more than a home extension. Sometimes it actually makes more sense to add another level, but homeowners can be put off by thinking that this costs more than a ground floor home extension. This is not necessarily the case! This article reveals the inside scoop on whether building a ground floor extension or adding a second story on your house would be best for you.
Small details and personal touches really make the difference between a house and a home. With a little bit of imagination, creativity and clever use of key items, you can really make your mark on your living space, making it feel more homely. After consulting with a team of interior stylists, we’ve put together 6 tips that are essential for giving your space some personal style.
Often when people think about sourcing furniture, they imagine going to a shop and picking some out. It’s a convenient way to buy, and even easier if you take advantage of online retailers. However, if you don’t have an eye for interior design, it can be hard to tell what sort of furniture would suit your space. Or maybe you have a vision which requires furniture which you can’t find in mainstream stores. In any case, there are other avenues through which to purchase furniture which is unique, stylish, and suited perfectly to your space.
Most people know that home staging will help them to sell their house sooner and for a better price. However, there is a misconception that it is an expensive endeavour, undertaken only by the wealthy, or for fancy homes. The truth is that home staging can help anyone who is selling a property- and it doesn’t have to cost as much as you think.
So often first impressions are lasting ones so the presentation of your home for sale is extremely important. Both inside and out should be clean, neat and tidy. Your home should have street appeal and a cared for appearance so that prospective buyers are instantly attracted to your property and not overwhelmed by too many things that need fixing.